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Maxxis Minion RBR Rear 120 TPI Fat Bike Tire

Maxxis Minion RBR Rear 120 TPI Fat Bike Tire
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26in x 4.8in

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Description: Maxxis Minion RBR Rear 120 TPI Fat Bike Tire

The New Minion 4.8 FBR Fat Bike tire from MAXXIS, is one large and in charge Fat Bike Tire. The new Minion 4.8 FBR is a directional specific all season version of the Minion DHR with additional transition lugs to give you maximum traction in sand, mud and snow. The massive 4.8 size will give you more float to keep your power moving forward.

Key Features of Maxxis Minion RBR Rear 120 TPI Fat Bike Tire:
  • Size; 26"X4.8"
  • Intended Use; Fat Bike
  • Directional Specific
  • Color; Black
  • TPI; 120
  • Tire Type; Clincher
  • Weight; 3.5lbs

Minion RBR Rear

5.0 / 5.0
2 Reviews
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Need traction?
So far I have rode these on only snow, both sugar and wet snow mind you. They definitely dig, haven't found their ideal psi, but getting close. They give you an extra push when you start spinning, sometimes it's all you need to prevent the "hike a bike". Definitely better than Vee Snowshoes. Steer better than Surly.
December 8, 2015
Helena, MT, US
Age: 25-44
1 year ago
Maxxis Minion RBR Rear 120 TPI Fat Bike Tire
This is the best I've ever had on my fat bike and I've had 45 North and some of the best it rocks Corners better handles insnow better..
October 18, 2016
Park City, UT, US
Age: 45-64
1 year ago

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Excellent rear tire for such a low price!
Khalil F on Nov 8, 2015
Excellent rear tire for such a low price!
Khalil F on Nov 8, 2015
will the maxxis minion fit rear on Alaskan Alloy?
chuck on Nov 22, 2015
No.. a 4.7" tire is the max for the AK Alloy.
will the maxxis fbf/fbr fit a minnesota 3.0?
A shopper on Nov 13, 2015
The 4.8 Minion will not work on the 3.0.
Is this the exo tubeless version?
Cyrus A on Dec 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I received the 120 tpi model, I believe it's tubeless ready, but it's not the EXO version.
Will these Minions fit on the AK Carbon back and front (carbon fork)? If so, can they be swapped for the Framed tires at purchase? Thx.
David P on Nov 17, 2015
Currently there is not a option for ordering the Minion tires on the AK Carbon. They will fit however (front and back). If you would like to swap them out and pay the difference order through our sales people: 1 (800) 409-7669. They can get you set up!
I have a Mongoose Dolomite will the Maxxis Minion 26 inch work on that wheel?
devon j on Jun 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm not completely familiar with the Mongoose dolomite it appears to be a complete bicycle the thing to look at is the width of Tire you are having now with Maxis measure the distance between the fork and the tire that you have on the bike right now look at what the tire is... is it a 4.0 or what width the tire is currently.. look at the space between the front fork in the tire in the rear fork in the tire that will tell you a lot also the rim needs to be at least 65 millimeters wide.. the next question is the Maxxis tires are worth almost as much as your entire bike maybe it's time for a new bike... just a thought the Maxxis tires are really good that is for sure... hope that helped
Will these fit on a se f@e fat bike, (2015) model?
Tim B on Dec 31, 2015
I just checked with our bike shop (They have an SE F@E on the floor), and said the 4.8 Minion tires will fit just fine!
Will this tire fit on an ironhorse porter fat tire bike?
jsteffen on Dec 20, 2015
These Maaxis Minion tires are 4.8" wide.... that is fairly big. Your Porter will not have the width in the forks to handle it. Framed's own 26 x 4" tire is gaining some traction (sorry about the pun) as one of the best all around tires on the market. If you are looking to make your Porter a little more aggressive... look here: This would fit btw.